Melanie quite rightly points out that we are starting the third week of October already and
time is galloping way from us. Love the skulls in the SYW logo this week.
Here are her Share Your World questions today
Are you easily frightened or startled?
Not necessarily frightened, but I can be startled sometimes, especially if someone is behind me that I haven’t heard approach.
(Purely whimsical supposition. Suspend disbelief for a bit)
If you were a ghost, what location do you think you would haunt? Is it the same or different from the location you’d want to haunt?
OMG. What a thought! Can I be friendly, or would I have to be spooky?
If friendly, any dogs home to fuss the babies when they’re feeling afraid. If spooky, I’d like to terrorize anyone cruel to animals and scare them s**tless.
What do you see in your mind’s eye when you close your eyes? (I know somebody will answer ‘the inside of my eyelids”, so I took the temptation away by answering that first! 😜 Feel free to use that answer if you like though, or pass. It’s ALL good!)
Usually lights as it takes a while for my eyes to adjust. My minds eye sees different things at different times, but if we are listening to our recent choices of music, I imagine myself somewhere quiet and peaceful.
If a Semi (Big Rig in Americanese) (lorry or trolley over the pond) were about to smash into a crowd, and you could divert the vehicle’s course to hit only one person, would you? How would you decide who would become the victim?
Ah. Who would I sacrifice in front of a speeding truck to save many lives.
My choice would be someone who really annoys me just by being there.
Please feel free to share what makes you feel warm and cozy when the wind blows cold? Alternatively (for those on the other side of the world), what makes you feel relaxed and comfortable when the thermometer starts rising?
We used to have lovely cozy nights in by the fire when we were in the cottage. Those days are long gone, but the memories linger. When the temperature goes the other way, it would be nice to paddle along the shore, provided there was no-one else around.